This is probably the most attendees I’ve ever seen in an open source programming conference. Usually it ranges from 150-450 people on average. Behind the bleachers was the sponsor booth set up.
Here is a look behind the bleachers of a few sponsor booths throughout the hallway.
I took this picture the day before the conference doing a tech check. It’s always nice to have your laptop connecting correctly with the project when you begin your presentation. ;-)
Since I started working for Cisco in March 2016, I pay more attention to who’s using our products. In the speaker’s room, here was a beautiful Cisco router. I wouldn’t call this a promotion since Cisco has moved on and became a “software and services” company rather than a “networking” company. Even a conference organizer was excited to notice it too!
The Brazilian and Latin developer community is amazing and I would highly recommend anyone from any location attending an event in Brazil. Jaydson throws an unforgettable event and I know every sponsor got more than what they bargained for with this many attendees.
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